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... Thanks you guys it made my day.
Well after this week I never, ever want to hear in the
jungle ever again. I got my wish, I managed to sing songs with all my classes
but man after singing it with over 20 classes its safe to say that I know the
song inside and out. Despite having to sing it loads of times, it was still
lots of fun. I even had one boy tell me “I really like that song” ...
Due to the issues with golden week, Adrian and Christian
needed to exchange their train tickets… so Alina, Adrian, Lilly (Alina’s
roommate) all piled onto the bus to Weifang to see if they could change them.
The bus ride was pretty average and thankfully they were able to change the
tickets…. In the meantime Katrin and I picked up our tickets for our own golden
week trip. I am beginning to get very excited as we ...
... picture taken with you at times makes one feel as though they are some kind of movie star. The Chinese people I have encountered on my time here in China have helped form a very positive outlook for me regarding the Chinese people. My next post I will update on some of my travels, places I would recommend seeing as well as some do and don’ts I have learnt during my time here. Please feel free to comment with any suggestions or if you would just like to commend the blog Peace out. ...
... to the American meal. Like water, tea is usually a free addition to the meal and the pot can be refilled as many times as you would like. Joey is especially atoned to drinking tea and he usually sticks with it as his main drink for the entire meal, but James and I let our American sides show by ordering sodas most of the time. I like tea, especially legit Chinese tea, but with meals I like to have something cold to wash down my food. The ...
... I guess the misunderstanding about when I was supposed to leave was a result of being lost in translation, and I could tell that Chen Min felt bad about it. So I sucked it up and left Zibo......again.
The small town that Chen Min's aunt lives in was a very nice change from Zibo, and the house that I stayed in was actually the nicest of three that they own. Her aunt and uncle work for the government, so they are little more ...